This is my husband’s favorite when we dine at a Korean restaurant. Overall, the recipe is close to what we’ve had, but a bit sweet for our taste, so I would cut down the sugar to 1.5 Tbsp. next time. We made two meals out of this; the first night we had the pork over rice, with Korean kimchi and stir-fried veggies on the side. The next day, we made tortilla wraps with the left-over pork, with dollop of sour cream, sliced avocado, and shredded lettuce – wow, it was da bomb! By the way, Kochuchang (Korean hot pepper paste) can be found in any Asian grocery store, usually in the same refrigerated section as miso (soybean paste) and such. Thank you funinthesun for a great recipe!
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This is my husband’s favorite when we dine at a Korean restaurant. Overall, the recipe is...